Podcast 2018-05-21T19:35:35+00:00

VISIONKEEPERS PODCAST

Hosted by Dan Bärham – VisionKeepers™ podcast is the audio companion to the national public television series by the same name.
The podcast is also all about people who dwell in possibilities and try to find ways to leave our world a better place than they found it.

VISIONKEEPERS PODCAST

Hosted by Dan Bärham – VisionKeepers™ podcast is the audio companion to the national public television series by the same name.
The podcast is also all about people who dwell in possibilities and try to find ways to leave our world a better place than they found it.

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2018-05-24T00:33:58+00:00

Kelley Roy – ADX Portland

Kelley is the founder and owner of ADX, founder of Portland Made, author, consultant, public speaker and teacher. Kelley is currently working with developers, school districts, private investors, city economic development agencies and communities around the globe to help them grow and sustain their local maker ecosystems.

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2018-05-24T00:33:48+00:00

Dr. Eddie White, Jr. – Music in the Lowcountry

Dr. Edward White, Jr. (Eddie) has lived in the Lowcountry for most of his life, graduating from Wando High School in 1978, then Furman University in 1982. He completed his degree at the Medical University of South Carolina College of Dental Medicine in 1986. Eddie also runs a weekly music band jam at Awendew Green, a low-key and friendly environment with bonfires, food, friends, networking, and the concerts are all centered around an old barn with a professional sound technician and equipment.

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2018-05-24T00:33:19+00:00

Jennifer Karps – Environmental Services Tree Program

Jennifer has an M.S. in biogeography, is an ISA-certified arborist and municipal specialist, and has over twenty years’ academic and practical experience in plant ecology, environmental science, and forest dynamics with a focus on urban environments.

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2018-05-24T00:33:03+00:00

Jason Gregory – Georgia Institute of Technology

Jason Gregory is a registered landscape architect and the Sr. Educational Facilities Planner at Georgia Institute of Technology located in Atlanta, Georgia. His responsibilities include a wide variety of projects across Georgia Tech’s campus.

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2018-05-24T00:32:49+00:00

Svetlana Pell – Green Street Steward Program

Svetlana Pell manages the Green Street Steward program with the City of Portland’s Bureau of Environmental Services. She organizes a program that empowers volunteers to take an active role in maintaining the City’s green infrastructure.

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2018-05-24T00:32:33+00:00

Max Elliott – Urban Roots

Max Elliott is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of Urban Roots in Austin, Texas. Max holds Masters Degree in Environmental Studies and Social Work. He has a certificate in Ecological Horticulture from the Center for Agroecology & Sustainable Food Systems at the University of California at Santa Cruz.

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2018-05-24T00:32:19+00:00

Gordon Garrett – KSBDC

Gordon Garrett is a high profile, innovative and dynamic business executive with 25+ years of senior leadership experience across broad industries, products, services and technologies. Gordon is a self-driven person motivated by the opportunity to make a difference. Gordon is Associate State Director of the Kentucky Small Business Development Center.

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2018-05-24T00:32:05+00:00

Anna Cullen – The Ray

The Ray is a proving ground for the evolving ideas and technologies that will transform the transportation infrastructure of the future, and it starts on 18 miles of West Georgia’s I-85, and the land and communities surrounding it. By innovating from the ground up, we’re creating a corridor that reconnects and restores us, paving the way to a safer and more prosperous future for all.

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2018-05-24T00:31:48+00:00

William Paddock – WAP Sustainability Consulting

William Paddock is the Managing Director of WAP Sustainability Consulting. Before starting WAP Sustainability, William served as the Sustainability Manager for Mars, Inc. He says in his biography this experience exposed him to the broad nature of sustainability and the challenges of managing sustainability at an enterprise level.

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2018-05-24T00:31:33+00:00

Jamee Haley – Lowcountry Local First

Jamee Haley is the co-founder and current Executive Director of Lowcountry Local First, a non-profit organisation cultivating an economy anchored in local ownership located in beautiful, historic Charleston, South Carolina. She’s passionate about local-independent businesses being the cornerstone of our culture, economy, and character. Jamee uses her years of experience and creative ideas to help others realize their dreams and goals.

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